Positive Legacy Announces Auction For Back To School Program
Music-minded nonprofit Positive Legacy announced an auction, Bid For Positive! Supporting Student Success, set to take place August 13 – 16. The online auction is part of Positive Legacy’s Back To School program created to aid low-income families and neighborhoods.
A number of musical items are up for bid including a custom Bill Withers painting, a The String Cheese Incident poster from Chuck Sperry, an STS9 merch pack, autographed Jeff Tweedy and Wilco items, custom earplugs, an autographed drumhead from Lettuce‘s Adam Deitch, vacation packages, a Greensky Bluegrass merch pack, an autographed Jason Isbell vinyl, a custom Robert Randolph painting, Jerry Garcia photographs with special guests and one-of-a-kind experiences with artists as well as unique art, jewelry, wears and more.
Positive Legacy’s Back To School program “will provide school supplies with an increased focus on laptops and tablet devices as students are forced to more virtual learning and many low-income families do not currently have the technology supplies they will need to be successful,” as per a statement.
“The global pandemic has taken its toll especially on low-income neighborhoods and the landscape for learning has taken a major shift,” the statement continued. “Now it is more important than ever to ensure that children and teachers struggling to adapt still have access to the resources they need to be successful. This program is serving the students in greatest need in America with the goal of addressing racial equity and will help reduce barriers of learning that create disadvantages to children of lower-income families.”
Head here for more info on Positive Legacy’s Bid For Positive! Supporting Student Success auction.